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Sang Woo Park

PhD Candidate

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Dushoff J, Park SW. (2021). Speed and strength of an epidemic intervention. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 288(1947)

Baker RE, Park SW, Wagner CE, Metcalf CJE. (2021). The limits of SARS-CoV-2 predictability. Nature ecology & evolution

Park SW, Pons-Salort M, Messacar K, Cook C, Meyers L, Farrar J, Grenfell BT. (2021). Epidemiological dynamics of enterovirus D68 in the United States and implications for acute flaccid myelitis. Science translational medicine, 13(584)

Park SW, Champredon D, Dushoff J. (2020). Inferring generation-interval distributions from contact-tracing data. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 17(167)

Park SW, Bolker BM, Champredon D, Earn DJD, Li M, Weitz JS, Grenfell BT, Dushoff J. (2020). Reconciling early-outbreak estimates of the basic reproductive number and its uncertainty: framework and applications to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 17(168)

Weitz JS, Park SW, Eksin C, Dushoff J. (2020). Awareness-driven behavior changes can shift the shape of epidemics away from peaks and toward plateaus, shoulders, and oscillations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Park SW, Sun K, Viboud C, Grenfell BT, Dushoff J. (2020). Potential roles of social distancing in mitigating the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in South Korea. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Park SW, Sun K, Champredon D, Li M, Bolker BM, Earn DJD, Weitz JS, Grenfell BT, Dushoff J. (2021). Forward-looking serial intervals correctly link epidemic growth to reproduction numbers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118(2)

Park SW, Farrar J, Messacar K, Meyers L, Pons-Salort M, Grenfell BT. (2020). Epidemiological dynamics of enterovirus D68 in the US: implications for acute flaccid myelitis. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Metcalf CJE, Morris DH, Park SW. (2020). Mathematical models to guide pandemic response. Science (New York, N.Y.), 369(6502)

Yoon HJ, Kim J, Park SW, Heo H. (2020). Influence of virtual reality on visual parameters: immersive versus non-immersive mode. BMC ophthalmology, 20(1)

Park SW, Cornforth DM, Dushoff J, Weitz JS. (2020). The time scale of asymptomatic transmission affects estimates of epidemic potential in the COVID-19 outbreak. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Park SW, Cornforth DM, Dushoff J, Weitz JS. (2020). The time scale of asymptomatic transmission affects estimates of epidemic potential in the COVID-19 outbreak. Epidemics, (31)

Baker RE, Park SW, Yang W, Vecchi GA, Metcalf CJE, Grenfell BT. (2020). The impact of COVID-19 nonpharmaceutical interventions on the future dynamics of endemic infections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Weitz JS, Park SW, Eksin C, Dusho J. (2020). Moving Beyond a Peak Mentality: Plateaus, Shoulders, Oscillations and Other 'Anomalous' Behavior-Driven Shapes in COVID-19 Outbreaks. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Weitz JS, Beckett SJ, Coenen AR, Demory D, Dominguez-Mirazo M, Dushoff J, Leung CY, Li G, Măgălie A, Park SW, Rodriguez-Gonzalez R, Shivam S, Zhao CY. (2020). Modeling shield immunity to reduce COVID-19 epidemic spread. Nature medicine

Park SW, Bolker BM. (2020). A Note on Observation Processes in Epidemic Models. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 82(3)

Park Sang Woo, Bolker Benjamin M., Champredon David, Earn David J.D., Li Michael, Weitz Joshua S., Grenfell Bryan T., Dushoff Jonathan. (2019). Reconciling early-outbreak estimates of the basic reproductive number and its uncertainty: a new framework and applications to the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

Park SW, Champredon D, Weitz JS, Dushoff J. (2019). A practical generation-interval-based approach to inferring the strength of epidemics from their speed. Epidemics, (27)

Park SW, Dushoff J, Earn DJD, Poinar H, Bolker BM. (2018). Human ectoparasite transmission of the plague during the Second Pandemic is only weakly supported by proposed mathematical models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115(34)

Rekart ML, Ndifon W, Brunham RC, Dushoff J, Park SW, Rawat S, Cameron CE. (2017). ?. Sexually transmitted infections, 93(5)

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